Everton v Manchester United, 21 April 2019

Score4-0 to Everton
RefereePaul Tierney
CompetitionPremier League
VenueGoodison Park
Attendance39,395
Kick-off: 1.30pm This was Everton's biggest win against Manchester United since a 5-0 victory in League Division One at Goodison Park on 27 October 1984. Premier League Head to Head Played: 54 Everton won: 9 Drawn: 9 Manchester United won: 36 Everton scored: 51 Manchester United scored: 100

4 Everton

Manager: Marco Silva

0 Manchester United

Manager: Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Goals:

Richarlison 13 G
Gylfi Sigurdsson 28 G
Lucas Digne 56 G
Theo Walcott 64 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford
Defender Lucas Digne
Defender Michael Keane
Defender Kurt Zouma
Defender/Midfielder Seamus Coleman
Defender/Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin
Midfielder Bernard
Midfielder Idrissa Gueye
Midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson
Midfielder/Forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Midfielder/Forward Richarlison

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David De Gea
Defender Diogo Dalot
Defender Victor Lindelöf
Defender Chris Smalling
Defender/Midfielder Phil Jones
Midfielder Fred
Midfielder Nemanja Matić
Midfielder Paul Pogba
Midfielder/Forward Anthony Martial
Forward Romelu Lukaku
Forward Marcus Rashford

Substitutions:

Theo Walcott for Richarlison 51
James McCarthy for Idrissa Gueye 76
Phil Jagielka for Lucas Digne 85

Substitutions:

Scott McTominay for Fred 46
Ashley Young for Phil Jones 46
Andreas Pereira for Marcus Rashford 77

Cards:

Idrissa Gueye 23 Y

Cards:

Scott McTominay 68 Y

On the bench:

Defender/Midfielder Phil Jagielka
Midfielder Tom Davies
Midfielder James McCarthy
Midfielder/Forward Theo Walcott
Forward Cenk Tosun
Forward Ademola Lookman

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Sergio Romero
Defender/Midfielder/Forward Ashley Young
Midfielder Andreas Pereira
Midfielder Juan Mata
Midfielder Jesse Lingard
Midfielder/Forward Scott McTominay
Midfielder/Forward Alexis Sánchez

Comments:

League position: 7th With three games still to play, Everton had now taken 49 points from their games in this Premier League season; 49 points was their total in the entire previous season. This was the Toffees' biggest home win since a 4-0 victory against West Ham United in the Premier League on 29 November 2017. They had now not conceded a first-half goal in nine consecutive games in all competitions in the same season for the first time since January 2009. [c/o Steve Johnson, Everton: The Complete Record] Everton had now won three consecutive home games in the Premier League against big six opposition for the first time since March 2012.

Comments:

League position: 6th Manchester United had now lost five consecutive away games in all competitions for the first time since March 1981 and lost three consecutive away games in the Premier League for the first time since January 1996. United had now conceded 48 goals in a league season for the first time since 1978-79 in League Division One (63). The Red Devils had now failed to keep a clean sheet in 11 consecutive games in all competitions for the first time since December 1998. United became the seventh team to concede 3,000 goals in their away games in the top division (3,002). At 25 years and 343 days, Romelu Lukaku became the sixth youngest player to make 250 appearances in the Premier League. This was United's biggest loss since a 4-0 defeat at Chelsea in the Premier League on 23 October 2016. This was also the fifth time that they had lost a Premier League game by a margin of four or more goals (also 0-5 at Newcastle United in October 1996, 0-5 at Chelsea in October 1999 and 1-6 versus Manchester City in October 2011).